ВИВЛIОθИКА: E-Journal of Eighteenth-Century Russian Studies
ВИВЛIОθИКА: E-Journal of Eighteenth-Century Russian Studies (ISSN: 2333-1658) is an annual, open-access, peer-reviewed, scholarly journal devoted to the culture and history of the Russian Empire during ‘the long eighteenth century’ (c. 1660-c.1830). The journal does not charge any fees and is open to submissions in all relevant disciplines and in all the major languages in which eighteenth-century Imperial Russia -- broadly defined to include non-Russian ethnicities, nationalities, and confessions -- is studied.
ВИВЛIОθИКА is indexed in the Directory of Open Access Scholary Resources (ROAD) and the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ). Published submissions are automatically assigned a Digital Object Identifier (DOI), a unique and persistent alphanumeric string for indexing in CrossRef, thereby allowing for cross-publisher citation-linking to a specifc article within the e-journal. Published issues are archived in the Illinois Digital Environment for Access to Learning and Scholarship (IDEALS) at the University of Illinois.
Illinois Natural History Survey Bulletin
An international, online-only, open access journal publishing orginal research on all aspects of natural history and related disciplines published by the Illinois Natural History Survey, Prairie Research Institute, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
The Journal of Anime and Manga Studies
The Journal of Anime and Manga Studies (JAMS) is an open-access journal dedicated to providing an ethical, peer-reviewed space for academics, students, and independent researchers examining the field of anime, manga, cosplay, and fandom studies to share their research with others. JAMS is peer reviewed by scholars with experience in these areas. The goal of JAMS is to explore anime as an art form and bring visibility to the deeper meanings, understandings, and/or cultural significance of anime, manga, cosplay, and their fandoms. Please review our Author Guidelines before submitting your piece.
The Journal of Anime and Manga Studies
Journal of Library Outreach and Engagement
The Journal of Library Outreach & Engagement (JLOE) is the premier peer-reviewed, open access interdisciplinary journal to advance library outreach and engagement. JLOE provides a platform to disseminate original research that examines public and community engagement initiatives and stimulates a forum to discuss the methodological and epistemological issues that inform, or emerge from, such projects and programs.
Kentiana is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that disseminates paleontological research carried out at or in association/collaboration with the Center for Paleontology at the Illinois Natural History and State Geological Surveys, Prairie Research Institute, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Founded in 2005, Media-N: Journal of the New Media Caucus is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal (ISSN 1942-017X) dedicated to scholarly research and critical dialogue on new media art. We accept proposals for themed issues encompassing scholarly articles, critical essays, artists' projects, and reviews.
Proceedings of the ALISE Annual Conference
The Proceedings of the ALISE Annual Conference are the published records of ALISE's annual conference. The ALISE Annual Conference provides a forum for the promotion of innovative research and pedagogy for faculty, staff, and students in library and information science and allied disciplines.
Research on Diversity in Youth Literature
The mission of Research on Diversity in Youth Literature (RDYL) is to publish scholarship attending to issues of diversity, equity, social justice, inclusion, and intersectionality in youth literature, culture, and media.
Research on Diversity in Youth Literature is a peer-reviewed, online, open-access journal hosted by The Center for Children's Books, School of Information Sciences, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. RDYL is published twice a year.
The previous 4 volumes can be found at the original St. Catherine University RDYL website.
Founded in 2014, SourceLab (ISSN: 2690-358X) is a digital humanities collective based at the University of Illinois that seeks to develop answers to questions about the future of the historical record and how humanities education can help shape it. Since Fall 2016, we have produced our SourceLab Series, a set of online digital documentary editions of historical materials developed in response to the needs of teachers and researchers. Both this series, and its associated digital publishing technologies and curricular materials, are offered to the public as Open Educational Resources.